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The Master and any worker delegated to take charge of medical care on board vessels, must hold a recognised Proficiency in Medical Care or Updated Proficiency in Medical Care Certificate, issued within the last five years. This will enable them to conduct medical procedures on board while in remote locations in accordance with STCW Convention and Code 1978, as amended, Section A-VI/4-1. This course moves on from Medical First Aid and concentrates on teaching medical diagnosis using a combination of symptom observation, and the Ship's Captain Medical Guide enabling the student to be the eyes and ears of the doctor at the end of the radio.
Core Modules: Medical Care on Board
Duration and Recertification: The course is delivered over 5 days with recertification (minimum 3 day course) required every 5 years. DDRC Professional Services is committed to the delivery of high quality training and support to our clients. We pride ourselves on listening to our client’s requirements and providing cost effective, high quality solutions tailored to client needs. DDRC Professional Services operates to the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System. The procedures employed conform to client and company requirements and ensure the health, safety and welfare of all clients, preventing exposure to unacceptable risk.
In order to attend this course, students should be 16 years of age or above and have a certificate covering Medical First Aid on board ship (Section A-VI/4-1 of STCW).